Betarol Prostate Health: A Breakdown of Active Ingredients

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Let’s take a look at how the active ingredients in Betarol for Prostate Health work. The all natural ingredients at work in our prostate health supplement include; Beta-Sitosterol, Campesterol, Stigmasterol and Brassicasterol. All of these natural plant sterols work together to reduce prostate inflammation, improve erectile strength and reduce urinary inflammation.

Let’s talk about these main ingredients in more detail:

BETA-SITOSTEROL: Beta Sitosterol is a phytosterol, which is a plant sterol that has a white, waxy texture. When used in combination with the other phytosterols found in Betarol, the result can be reduced levels of cholesterol by inhibiting cholesterol absorption in the intestine. Phytosterols have shown to inhibit the uptake of dietary and biliary cholesterol, and reduce the levels of LDL and total serum cholesterol, contributing to your overall health and combat the symptoms of prostatitis.

Betarol Male Nutritional and Prostate SupplementCAMPESTEROL: Another phytosterol who’s chemical structure is similar to that of cholesterol, like Beta-Sitosterol. Campesterol is found in MANY fruits, nuts and vegetables such as pomegranate, bananas, lemon grass, cucumber and onions. The first studies proving that plant sterols are extremely healthy and lower LDL cholesterol (along with other benefits) was the 1950’s. Again, all of the active ingredients in the Betarol Prostate health supplement work in tandem as your best defense against the symptoms of an enlarged prostate.

STIGMASTEROL: Stigmasterol is yet another plant sterol (phytosterol) found in Betarol. As an unsaturated plant sterol occurring in the plant fats or oils of soybean, calabar bean, and grape seed, Stigmasterol may be useful in prevention of certain cancers, including ovarian, prostate, breast, and colon cancers. Scientists have said that a diet high in phytosterols may inhibit the absorption of cholesterol and lower serum cholesterol levels by competing for intestinal absorption. This helps to lower overall inflammation in your lower digestive and urinary tracts.

BRASSICASTEROL: This compound is a little different than the above 3. Brassicasterol is a carbon sterol synthesized by several unicellular algae (phytoplankton) and some terrestrial plants. This sterol is associated with more of the solid phase of the absorption process which produces health benefits. The above Campesterol is actually the intermediate as Brassicasterol is being formed in plants.